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by Kimberly K. Estep, PhD Chancellor, WGU Tennessee The student loan crisis in America is everywhere these days – in the headlines, in the stump speeches of political candidates, and on the mind of anyone considering how much to borrow for college. With more than $1.2 trillion in outstanding student
By Melanie Hunt , WGU Tennessee graduate, B.A. Special Education and M.A. ELL In the past five years, I’ve earned two degrees from WGU Tennessee – a bachelor’s in Special Education and a master’s in English Language Learning (ELL) – realizing my dream of becoming a teacher. In turn, I
By Sidney Williams , WGU Tennessee student I was an extremely bright student growing up. My parents were proud, but they had no expectations for their children to go to college. As a teenager, I didn’t know of anyone in my family who had earned a college degree. Hard work
Robin Markart feels blessed. As an executive assistant to the chief administrator of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, she schedules and plans events at an institution known for helping to save the lives of pediatric patients. Robin didn’t always feel this fortunate, though. “I was out work for
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